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JWU mixology program, facility lauded


PROVIDENCE – Less than two years after opening the Cuisinart Center for Culinary Excellence at its Harborside campus, Johnson & Wales University has garnered national attention for the programs it houses.

In a story in Wednesday’s New York Times, the school’s program in beverage creation and serving was profiled.

The center opened in the spring of 2010 and has 30 teaching labs and classrooms in its 82,000 square feet for use by the school’s more than 3,300 students in the College of Culinary Arts at the Providence campus, according to a university spokeswoman.

According to the Times, “other professional culinary schools offer wine studies or classes in spirits and cocktails, but this new lab sets Johnson & Wales apart.”

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